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. the fingers are pointing at china, as the white house today announces plans to fight the hackers. >>> and then -- this is crazy. why hand sanitizer is being singled out in a fire that severely burned an 11-year-old girl. wait until you hear how something so common turned into something so hazardous. you think you're doing the right thing, killing the germs, staying fresh, it's after the flu. and then something like that happens. that story is crazy. >> and where it happened is also crazy. you would think it's the safest place for an accident to not happen. >>> and later on, clyde davis, his tell-all book and a singing star who has a few choice words for him. that's coming up in "the skinny." >> he's having a little battle well a well-known singer. "nightline" revealed an interesting tidbit from his personal life. >> we'll get to all of that. >> all that dirt. >> oh, yeah. >>> but first, crews are working through the overnight hours at the scene of that explosion and the fire in downtown kansas city. >> they brought in cadaver dogs just as a precaution, since the destruction was o
tens of billions of dollars. the report says china is by far the main culprit. america's energy, finance industries are targeted mostly by hackers. >>> and now a break of wild weather has slammed the south, triggering as many as 15 tornadoes. a single twist is being claimed for damaging hundreds of homes here hattiesburg, mississippi and snapping trees as well. >>> big storm bat ored the plains and upper midwest with up to a foot of snow. hundreds of cars trashed or slid off the roads yesterday. the winds created near whiteout conditions in duluth. >>> as you well know, the northeast is bigging out from a nord snowstorm over the weekend. president obama has declared a state of emergency in connecticut where the town of hamden got 40 inches of snow. after more than 6,000 flight cancellations, airports are getting back to normal. but mother nature was not kind. >> i can't imagine it. areas hit by that blizzard can now expect freezing rain this morning. >> good morning, abdrew. >> good morning. unsettled sunday. this same cold front giving us another round of showers and thundersto
campaign that could cost the economy tens of billions of dollars. the report says china is by far the main culprit. the white house plans to crack down this week by getting government and private companies to simply share more information. >> so, this is quite widespread. this is a national issue at this point. so, we all have to be mindful of this. >> people love computers in this day and age. it makes things faster and more convenient. you can do everything from your laptop or desk. but there is a dark side that we're vulnerable to those malicious nerds out there who plot their evil from a keyboard. >> so much more vulnerable so than even a decade ago. not everybody had a laptop ten years ago. >> exactly. they had their iphones. >> and these are little computers, iphones and blackberries. they're tiny, little computers. they get hacked, as well. >> how aggressively can we call china out when we owe them so much money? so, interesting on a lot of different levels here. >> i didn't think about that. >>> moving on to this, now. a progress report on the injured u.s. skier lindsey vonn. last
in africa and this shot from china. some are calling them, at best, culturally insensitive. >> for me the african picture was the most offensive because it played on some of the most old and stereotypical images. it showed the african as primitive. almost uncivilized. >> reporter: on the website "jezebel," the editor is also critical of the photos, writing, using people of color as background or extras is a popular fashion trope. although it's prevalent, it's very distasteful. people are not props. one of the models talks about her shoot on the website. >> it was such a cool experience. something completely different than anything i've ever seen or someone i've met in my life. >> reporter: some people we spoke with didn't see a problem with the photos. >> as a traveler myself, i love seeing these places and seeing other cultures. so i think it's great they're showing this in magazines. >> reporter: proving once again that controversy, just like beauty, is often in the eye of the beholder. tanya rivero, abc news, new york. >> some things are important, some things are not. come on, now
at the airport. this all happened in china. just keep an eye on the guy at the check-in desk. he actually is a high level government official, by the way. >> after he and his family missed their flight twice, he goes simply bananas. he takes out his frustration on the computer. he tries to break through the door with a sign, a paper sign at that by the way. >> this dude is pretty irritated. not a good day. he has since issued an apology, calling his actions irrational and rude. why did he say that? and he said he will pay for the damages that he caused. come on, we've all had a moment like that at the airport, the grocery store, in traffic. we all have a breaking point, and he clearly hit his. >> i just want to share this with everybody, because this is important information. we've all had breaking points and we've all been there mentally. we've never -- well, maybe somebody has. you've never done that. >> thought about it. >> thought about about it in our brain, in our mind, never went that far. but this is what you need to know about this guy. here are the reasons he missed those two fl
on a replica of the famous cruiseliner "titanic." construction is under way in china and the first cruise has been set for 2016. among those sitting on the advisory board is helen benzinger, the great granddaughter of margaret molly brown, "titanic" survivor. >> she never finished the voyage. she always loves to finish what she started. >> i'm very excited about it, because it's all about love. >> 40,000 people have expressed interest in tickets for the maiden voyage, taking the original course from southhampton, england, to new york. couldn't possibly happen twice. >> it sounds eerily familiar. everybody wants to ride on that ship. >>> the world's largest beer producer, anheuser-busch, is facing a lawsuit filed by beer drinkers. it seeks millions of dollars and accuses the company of watering down budweiser and other brands. water is added cutting the alcohol contempt significantly. the company calls the suit groundless. >> i'm outraged. do not water down my always watery beer. >> or my maker's abuse. >> america will not stand for alcohol abuse. >>> what would it take for 1500 people from ar
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